5 Mid-Century Modern Chairs that Will Leave You Speechless


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The combination of geometric or organic forms with upholstered colourful cushions, has something magic that attracts our attention. Within many materials and colors, however, we have a real passion for the wood and blue/turquoise contrast; somehow it always works very well. Today we decided to show you five Mid-century Modern seats with upholstered blue cushions to prove that, doesn’t matter the shape, this combination always works!

Only one in this group of mid-century modern chairs doesn’t have a wooden structure but, as you will see, that one looks always good.
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[tie_slide] Fin Juhl seats Finn Juhl‘s seats belonging to the Japanese series designed in 1953. It is inspired by a water gate off the coast of Hiroshima. Part of this set are an armchair, a footstool and a sofa. Photo via Pinterest
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[tie_slide] Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen ax chairPeter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen worked together for over 30 years. The ‘AX’ chair designed in 1947 for Fritz Hansen is their most known project. Hvidt and Nielsen designed over 200 furniture during their collaboration. Photo via TheMilanese
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[tie_slide] eero saarinen - womb chairSince its launch in 1948, the Womb Chair designed by Eero Saarinen has been always in production and is definitely one of them most known pieces of mid century furniture ever. Photo via Pinterest
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[tie_slide] The Hans Olsen Fried Egg chair, 1956.

The Hans Olsen Fried Egg chair, 1956. Photo via 1stdibs
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Poul Jensen's Z Chair Poul Jensen’s Z Chairs (Denmark, 1950s). Photo via Tumblr
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